Should Kate Middleton Sleep on the Streets?
SodaHead Celebs 2012/07/02 16:00:00
Everyone admits that the latest addition to the British monarchy, Kate Middleton, is as down-to-earth as they come. She did her own make-up on her world-televised wedding day. She’s often seen wearing a dress more than once at events. And she’s already been supportive of a number of philanthropic organizations including the East Anglia's Children's Hospices and Action on Addiction.
But many are debating whether or not the commoner-turned-future-queen’s latest idea is a good one. The Duchess of Cambridge has supposedly signed on to the “Sleep Out,” agreeing to live on the streets for 24 hours. Sure it’s a good cause, but it clearly seems like a security risk for Kate Middleton, who's one of the world’s most famous women.
Considering that people were up in arms earlier this year when the security plans of Will and Kate’s Kensington Palace were made public, the concept of her spending even 24 hours in the open, must be creating quite a stir. Of course, she won’t be the first resident of the palace to make the bold move. Her husband, Prince William, took a turn around Christmas in 2009. So it wasn’t a total stretch when actress and TV presenter Lisa Maxwell asked Middleton to join her to help raise awareness for the campaign.
Officials aren’t confirming whether or not the 30-year-old Duchess has agreed to participate. But if she does, she’ll be doing more than following in Prince William’s shoes. She’ll also be honoring Centerpointe, the charitable organization behind the cause, which was once championed by Princess Diana. But those might not be good enough reasons for Middleton to put herself at risk by staying out overnight on the tough streets of London. So we ask: Should Kate Middleton sleep on the streets?
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